A sombre mood on Thursday engulfed Changware village, Belgut constituency in Kericho county as the remains of the slain Getrude Chepkirui were laid to rest at her home. The first-year student at Laikipia University was murdered on September 29th at her hostel just a few metres from the school.
The former prime minister has taken to his twitter timeline to share this message. He tweeted saying; "Congratulations to our Athletes on their sterling performance at the #WorldAthleticsU20 Championships successfully hosted in Kasarani. The 🇰🇪 team grabbed a massive haul that includes 8 Gold Medals to emerge top of the table.
Kalenjin queen, Chepkirui Patience, who is well known by her stage name as King Kalala has come out to maintain that her dowry price for anyone who wants her hand in marriage is still Ksh 12M or else she will remain single.Not long ago, King Kalala broke the internet world when she revealed that her suitors will have to dig deep into their pockets to satisfy her parents if they want to win her heart as she is still single.Kenyans flocked to their social media accounts to comment on this issue with some quick to point out that King Kalala is setting a bar too high for anyone to reach and she might remain single forever.In that regard, King Kalala who is also a radio station presenter has used his session in Emoo FM to answer her critics and she said that she is not going to stoop low until someone gives what she is asking for her parents, 12 million.In other words, Patience Chepkirui Tonui said that she will remain single if she does not find someone who can generate twelve million Kenyan shillings to win her special heart.What is your thought on Patience Chepkirui's, King Kalala, latest sentiments about her dowry which is set at an insane price?
Jalas has shared a photo with his wife that has left Kenyans talking. The photo shared this morning has Jalas and his wife in Valentine's outfits. Jalas went ahead and asked fans to share the photo and get 2k for Valentine's. Netizens have shared the photo with several groups and making it go viral on social media. Some Kenyans have expressed admiration for the beautiful couple and wished them a happy lover's day while others have protested that they haven't received their money after sharing. See some of the
A 26 year-old man had been murdered by woman he met on Facebook on Sunday afternoon. According to reporter Erick Sang of Kimyet FM radio, the incident happened in Kembu town in Bomet county. The woman revealed that she hit him with axe on the head before she suffocated and strangled her with a cloth.Body being taken to mortuary The report revealed that the suspect, Mrs Naomi Chepngetich, was arrested by police officers from Special Crime Prevention Unit in Longisa. The two, according to deceased's sister Ms
Embu Directorate of Criminal Investigations on Sunday afternoon arrested the following Kenyans aged between 20 years and 27 years for sim swap fraud.The arrested suspects are Cherono, Ng'etich, Cheruiyot, Kipng'etich and Chepkirui.
Drama was witnessed on Thursday when Ngaraita primary school people reappeared in the afternoon since disappearing after supper. 13-year-old Sharon Chepkirui appeared in the company of other pupils much to the relieve of her worried parents. According to her father, Samuel Ruto she disappeared after eating supper with some school uniform on Wednesday night. Her alleged boyfriend is Kevin Kipruto with whom they share the same class. It is at this point that the father decided to punish her for making rogue decisions
Kenya's Purity Chepkirui (right) and Ethiopia's Hiwot Mehari compete in Heat 2 of the women's 1,500 metres semi-finals during the World Athletics Under-20 Championships at Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani on August 20, 2021. Chepkirui has wadded off a strong challenge from an Ethiopian Diribe Welteji at home straight to win a gold medal in 4 minutes and 16.07 seconds.
She goes by the name Gladys Chepkirui. Back in 2004, no one would have thought she would rise through the ranks and become of the contemporary icons in the world. She scored 298 marks out of 500 in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination. Such marks in Kenya were considered average as the top student nationally scored a staggering 472 marks. Just 28 marks shy from 500. Chepkirui then joined a local secondary school in Kericho County but had the zeal to work hard and make a difference. Her mother
For Kenya's in excess of 43 ethnic gatherings, names are something other than pretty words. From praising the gather season to stamping seasons of harmony, every clan has a novel method of giving their freshest individuals a name. Here are 11 names from the nation over and what they mean. Akinyi From the Luo clan on the shores of Lake Victoria, Akinyi is a young ladies name signifying "one who was conceived toward the beginning of the day." Zawadi This is a Swahili name utilized the nation over for young
Mzee Simon Kipsigei, an 85-year-old man who went missing 57 years ago, was relocated back to his home at Satiet in Kericho County. According to the wife Chepngeno, one evening when they had just retired to bed, Simon left them never to return. They had just newly wedded, and she had delivered their first child Chepkirui.
Kenya's Chepkirui has just snatched a Gold medal for herself in 1500 metres women's race in the ongoing Under 20 championship in Kasarani stadium Nairobi. (Chepkirui running 1500 metres race) Chepkirui faced a lot of competition from Ethiopia's Welteji who came second in the same 1500 metre race.
In Kenya, we have more than 43 ethnic groups and each group name is hilarious. From celebrating the harvest season and making time for peace, each tribe has a unique way to give their new members a name. Here are the names from across the beautiful Kenya and what they mean. 1. Zawadi It is a Swahili name used across the country for girls. It means gift. 2. Chepkirui From the Kalenjin, the rift valley region. A girl's name meaning "one who was born while people were asleep." A boy would also be called Kirui or